You’ve put up with that ugly, plastic chair mat long enough. It’s time for a better option—one that reflects your personality and style and works as hard as you do. Elevate your workspace with a Rug’d Chair Mat™ from Anji Mountain and embrace its superior durability, impressive roll-ability and off-the-charts good looks. This mat is a bona fide paradigm shift in the uninspired office chair mat category and a massive nod to good taste (which you clearly possess). But how will your partner or co-workers know you’re on the vanguard of interior design if you don’t offer any evidence? Let the Rug’d Chair Mat™ answer that question definitively and take one step closer to the office of your dreams.
Love how it looks in my office. I like the fact that it works on top of a soft carpet. Chair rolls easy on it and yet it looks like a regular rug. I am a little worried that the joint is going to wear down and separate but so far so good. I'd recommend it, so much better to use than a simple plastic floor mat and much more visually enjoyable.
I bought this for my daughter after she moved into a new house with wood floors in her office. She didn’t want to scratch the floor with her chair, but didn’t want to use an ugly plastic mat. This fit her needs wonderfully. She loves the look of the mat and her chair moves easily on it. It is certainly not as affordable as an ugly plastic mat, but it’s stylish, lays flat, and works great. There were a few spots where the threads had pushed to the side to reveal the mat underneath. I was able to nudge most of them back into place with my fingers. I am hoping that with extended use the material is not torn.
Love the mat, just wish it was 12” wider. My chair keeps slipping off the side. Other than that, love the color and durability.
Looks like the shipper mishandled the box and a few inches on one edge of the mat was scraped and cracked and peeling. Didn't want to deal with shipping it back, so I put that piece under my desk. Otherwise does what I needed and the design is great. My one worry is that the design doesn't seem super durable. I'm worried that a few more weeks of use will result in tearing of the threads. But we'll see